Red 2019 Toyota Avalon and 2018 Honda Accord models next to each other in comparison image

2019 Toyota Avalon vs 2018 Honda Accord

2019 Toyota C-HR vs 2018 Honda HR-V
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$35,500 Starting MSRP $23,570
3.5-liter V6 Base Engine 1.5-liter Inline 4
301 horsepower / 267 pound-feet Maximum Horsepower / Torque Output 192 horsepower / 192 pound-feet
22 miles per gallon city / 32 highway Fuel Economy 30 miles per gallon city / 38 highway
We know how important it is to make a good first impression – when you’re driving up to that date or business meeting, you’ll want to be sure that the vehicle that you’re driving is capable of putting your personality on display. This is exactly the kind of value that the new 2019 Toyota Avalon and 2018 Honda Accord can exude. They both tout themselves as the flagship models of their respective brands, meaning that much research and development goes into making each a stellar model for any situation. This is especially evident when you consider how safe each model is; both have received a Five Star Overall NHTSA safety rating for their model years, driven by such driver assistance innovations like Blind Spot Monitoring, Lane Departure Warnings and more. Inside, both models feature available leather-stitched seating and great infotainment capability, keeping you comfortable and connected along the way. But there are still some key differences between what the Avalon and Accord bring to pasture.

Main Differences – 2019 C-HR vs 2018 HR-V

The substantial price difference between the 2019 Avalon and 2018 Accord models don’t really tell the whole story – under the hood, the 2019 Avalon features a base 3.5-liter V6 that can offer up to 301 horsepower, much greater than even the largest engine that the Accord has to offer – that one can only achieve 252 horsepower. To keep its performance bright, the 2019 Avalon also features an Adaptive Variable Suspension (AVS) that is not present on the Accord, as well as an available 1200-watt JBL® Audio system inside. Clearly, for the ultimate in precision and entertainment, the choice is obvious. If you’d like more information on the new 2019 Toyota Avalon, our team is excited to be able to bring it to you. Feel free to contact Serra Toyota of Decatur today for more information, and we’ll get you set up with a test drive at the date and time that works best for your needs. Stop in and see us whenever you get the chance, and we’ll open you up to the new era of Toyota’s growing legend!
Front two seats of 2019 Toyota Avalon
Steering wheel and touchscreen inside 2019 Toyota Avalon
Entune touchscreen of 2019 Toyota Avalon
White 2019 Toyota Avalon on silver background